Would ye all stop talking shite to me about legal grounds and just stick to
the question asked and assume the person you are talking to isn't an idiot.
Not an idiot. Know the difference between someone's private broadband with
shit security settings and a free wifi spot.
Thanks for answering about Kismet. I will try it.
2009/5/24 Simon McGuinness <simon at think.io>
>> Question 2: Anyone got any tips for really really simple and effective
>> wardriving. A beep from the laptop when open wifi is detected would be the
>> biz. Got to be an easy script.
>>>>> It has been a while for me now since I used it but in answer to #2 Kismet (
>http://www.kismetwireless.net/ ) had options to read out wireless networks
> it has found plus the SSID and encryption which is handy for finding open
> wireless lans. In the alternative you can have it play any sounds etc. It
> could also GPS tag them from memory as well.
>> I'll just say though, listen to Michael, unless it's named something that
> makes it obvious its free for all your on shaky legal ground.
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